Auberge de la Quatr'Heurie

face a l'eglise, Beze, Burgundy, 21310, France | Hotel
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Day in Dijon and more adventures!

A travel blog entry by zoe.belyavsky

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... Is this some sort of new slang phrase? No, no it is not. It is just the French's obsession with putting completely nonsensical English phrases on clothing simply because they think English is cool. Other golden phrases we've found on clothing include "Flow wers, Tenderness." (flowers spelled incorrectly), "Heaven, One Way." "Pretty flowers make people happy." and "The Dotted Line." Love it! I guess we do the same in the US with French words, just because ...

Wk 22 - Burgundy Region

A travel blog entry by matt4donna

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La Route des grands Crus - A bushwalk (mudwalk) to a 'magnificent' natural spring and waterfall (that's what it said in the guide book). We did enjoy the fresh air and exercise.

Wine tasting along the famous Burgundy Wine Route through charming stone walled villages and colourful countryside. We drove along the route and got some pics of the vines but the ...

Decision Day

A travel blog entry by issywiz

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... electric) the other side of the lock so we will move there tomorrow. John walked into the town to scout it out finding the supermarket etc. It was at Gray tourist office that he asked a young lady to make a phone call for us to confirm our booking at the marina. She did this and we now know we have a winter berth, so can relax and play the next days to get to Dole. Isi in the meantime got the printer out and printed off our train and flight details, plus some ...

Barging by bike through Burgundy

A travel blog entry by petesaga

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... barge was moored at the town of Seurre. We had time for showers and refreshment before heading into town to a cremerie for a cheese tasting: four local cheeses (including some from the Citeaux) and the not local Rochefort (which the French call the king of cheeses) accompanied by some very agreeable wines.
Day 5: Cycling to Beaune (28 kilometres) and by train to Chalonne
The following day, warm but under a grey sky, we rode through pleasant but unexceptional countryside ...

Driving south- day1

A travel blog entry by tizwoz

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I always used to get excited when we arrived at Dover and put the GB sticker on the car and stuck those orange things onto the headlights. That was when we felt we were on holiday. With GB plates and modern technology there isnt the need, not to mention the fact that they are so quick at loading the cars nowadays that there is no time to get out of the car. We pay the extra for Priority boarding which means we are first on and first off and also has the advantage that we ...

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